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    October 31, 2009
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great night. on see you next week. aptiing hello, america, welcome to the glen beck program. tonight, pick up the phone, caln your neighbors, call the people in tea parties on the 9/12 project because tonight, i amnts going to reveal ther a revolutionaries behind this. w. it has been sitting here a couple of weeks. a we're going to spend the wholes. hour.ms i want to walk you through au couple of things. your freedoms are on the ropes t and you have a choice to make. i am going to present that choice to you tonight and i am going to show you the revolutionaries, the faces behind this movement and i don't grearevolutionary lightly. that is their words, not mine. you believe this country iso great but seems like there are not enough blackboards to explain it all? stand up! come on, follow me. ♪
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hello, america, this is a night that i would sure love th. white house to call but i doubt they will. you will see there a countdown o clock. in about 30 minutes from now, vr we'll reveal what is behind hve there. it is very, very complex and we have had a hard time putting it together but i think by the enda of the hour, you will see america for what it truly is, ao country that has a huge decisioe to make.hope president obama promises us hopt and change and he is, at least, keeping some of those promises of change but i don't think itis is the change that millions ofoe americans voted for. b this nation is being fundamentad we transerformed as we promiseed but we didn't listen to him, wou didn't know those words, didn'ti know what he meant when he saide he would transform this nation. one way he and his helpers areht
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doing it is by stripping away our right to free speech. love the president and others profess to be saviors of our free speecl rights.ew they love free speech. but when you pull back thepe curtain as we're literally goint to do on this program in a few minutes, you will see it isit being eradicated for controlled speech. depends on what speech you wantk to speak. control over the media? control over the internet? ove control to assemble? control over you? enforcnator barack obama's presidential campaign is asking missouri law enforcement to target anyone who lies or runs e phoeuz leading television ad. >> prosecutors are asking sheriffs across the country to d join something called the barack obama truth squad. >> two months before barackk
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obama was elected, free speechsa was under attack in missouri.rog his campaign was accused of agai ropeing local prosecutors intogt threatening charges against anyone who spread lies against o obama or ran misleading tvads about him.we ch we want to keep this focusesed on the issue. tll we're here to respond to anysta character attacks. >> they are not going to tell >> the truth and w we have to stana up and say wait a minute. >> who was running the campaign at the time in missouri?engant uh, buty wigs. you may remember her from this program.n.e.a. c sheal is tkroebgt -- director oo engagement and is part of thehi aid club to produce pro-obama art. engaged >> how do we take the i energy d there and translate folks thats have just been engaged in electoral politics and engage them in really the process ofto
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governing. >> this is just the beginning.tr we are just now really learningh how to bring this community together, to speak with theha government, what that looks like legally. >> the head of the nea is also one of president obama's biggesa supporters. he promiseed toent' advocate fom president's agenda and calls him the most powerful writer since julius sees caesar.turned by the way, he turned a republic into an empire but i digress. amazingly, the obama campaign also sent several threatening letters to news organizations in pennsylvania and ohio demanding they stop airing nra ads exposeing obama's gun stand. >> now i learned that obama voted against the gun issue and sated to reduce the ammunition.
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where is this guy from? >> you have a duty not to air this advertisement and a duty tt protect the public from falseano misleading or deceptive had a -s advertising. let's ask ourselves this question. who is bob bower who is trying to stifle free speech?tung-lg what a coincidence. direc he is the husband of the mao o white house communicator anitar. dunn who has been central in her attempt to lock out fox news. they threatened their s.e.c. thcense would be taken away if
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thatan nra ads. wow, he would be the chief council? and would the s.e.c. -- fcc do? well, maybe not formally but hee said in june he would never puse to reinstate the fairness doctrine that the media broadcasts.inte >> i don't support reinstatement of the fairness doctrine. >> that is interesting because month later, he appointed markct lloyd to be the czar who said sl this.t areoi >> it is not enough. put some hard structural rules in place that will result in fairness.om >> who is going to step down soh someone else can have power? >> so the fairness doctrine doesn't go far enough and oh, he has some other very new american ideas. one of the strongest backers is the radical organization free "r press. that is the one pressing for
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fundamental transformation of the media today as we know it.no >> so we need new policies to pl support media and i hate to break it to some of you but the government is going to have to i be involved. so what if, instead, we took a w few thousand americorp drugs and gave them to news organizations and start retraining veterans journalists, the ones with the t deep roladex sources, some new skills? >> he said capitalism needs toes be taken apart brick by brick.is what else does he believe in? in his own words -- >> i think it is absolutelyo c indefenseable to allow thele concentration in the mediaup industry. we have to come up with a viable anti-trust plan to break up thee media conglomerates. there is no justification for having firms like rupertover murdoch's news organizations.
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break it up. com >> but does he any say over r obama? >> when clear channel starts gobbleing up all the radio stations or rupert murdochnt starts having his eyes on a cant bunch of media outlets, they can outbid a lot of smaller outlets. what i have said is i amwha committed to having the fcc of review what our current policies are in terms of diversification. >> they sound eerily similar, tk don't they? and by the way, they do knowesim each other. while he is not on the president's team, he has hadite several meetings at the white house. vernment so is this administration aimine for a government-controled media? one former obama czar hopes so.e >> once we are in that situation where people we agree with more than we don't are georgeing the role of progressive media could
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change. you cannot have an opposition movement without opposition media. >> we know the president is alss hoping to control diversitylyo online. >> the most important thingto ws can probably do is preserve the diversity emerging through thee internet. >> they are even talking aboutos regulateing social networkingthh sites like facebook. >> our kids don't talk on the phone, they talk on the internet re and through facebook. there are great problems fores regulatory standings for a sale. tool. we have to get there.using f >> sour saying they are pitchins financial products and you need to look at that as a regulatory issue? >> exactly. >> the president along with his fcc chair and others are bigsomg proponents of something calledno net neutrality, an effort to protect the voice of the workins class that has never been heard clearer than right now. >> that starts with app open internet.
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i will take back seat to no one. in my commitment to networkglob neutrality. >> who is for network neutrality? microsoft only the little people like ot google, amazon and microsoft. who exactly are we protecting? then media expert tells uspe obama's proposal for an open network is a cover for givingti progressive organizations and government entities access to the power of the internet, courtesy of the taxpayer.ght and then there's the fight tot o expand public broadcasting. th in an attemept to slowly silency the private media.r oh, they will use an emergencycl like the economy or theurse, collapseing newspapers. newspapers, of course, have toss be saved.isatio so is the obama administration trying to control our
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information? >> part of what may be free speech. on >> i think the president will do that.decide. >> this is a question, america, that only you can decide. >> i have to tell you, america,u i am not comfortable presentinga this to you every night.is was a year ago, this was madness. d this was madness but i have donc my homework and there are a teas of people who do their homeworks every day. they will call and say this is crazy talk. they will call you and say thisv is crazy talk but they cannote i deny the things they have inrsin video, they have said in paperst in books, on video. d't they can't deny it. that is why they don't call.on e do your own homework. one of the groups behind all sta this is free press.i w i started looking into it and i
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was first struck by their motto, free press. reform media, transform democracy. we're going to fundamental ly transform america.rans transform democracy. i didn't know democracy neededse transforming, did you? any way, you will remember, fred press is the group pushing fords net neutrality which would take it i the internet out of the hands of private business and into theit hands of the government.elp it would create a level playing field and help diversity. it would destroy the free market h that created the internet. they are leading the policy to v save journalism.t. how about if people start doingn their job? that might save it. create free press in america.
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policies might do that? policies like a government struk bailout for newspapers. i was struck by their idea, ande i love this, that they would w take americorp -- we have talkem about them on this show before -- and put them into journalism. how does that create a robust free press? then we to go broadcasting. public media moment spells out to president obama how to take advantage.ac "the growing crisis facingnd commercial journalism and public media's unique ability to address it, makes such reform op all the more urgent".inve never miss an emergency. "you have a real opportunity toh achieve real change and reinvent public media".
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"just as the economyic crisisyth has put an end to free market fundamentalism, so, too, shouldt the failure focus on the whi information needs.o it is interesting. i read something a few months ago the white house is trying ty put together their own newsts? room. they s remember that story?tart fox isn't a real newsroom, thos? comments make more sense, don'tc they? he calls on president obama to create a white house commissione on public media to provide p policy recognition and how do wy pay for it? currently only $400 million a tt year go to the media. he recommends a public media trust fund starting with a from $50 billion trust fund, more money for congress or, wait, for it, a tax on electronics, a .5%c of the purchase price for every,
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electronic device. multimedia players, cable and satellite set-top boxes, those devices entertaining america would be supporting programingow to educate, enlighten and consumers with the means to spend on the electronics. peop that translates to the rich people. higher taxes. and this would not increase the deficit, of course, by one thin dime.roll b neither will healthcare.or for new media, it won't be controlled by even corporationsh no, it will be controlled by the government which, more and morel americans now know, governmentsd being controlled by globalhe c corporations and special interest groups. he calls for a better corporation public broadcasting. with depoliticized professional staffing. yoth billions of dollars on the line, how do you take the
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politics out of there? blog, to the internet is one of the last places you are truly free to n,u blog, to speak, to share, it ha, never been more free than the internet right now but they areo going to fix that by the littleh people, google, amazon,hahey microsoft, the little people. shut free speech down, speech they don't like.ri step two is tricky because nature be abhors a vacuum. what to fill it with. and the blue curtain next. ♪
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this is what we do every night. we just try to connect the dots.
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we connect to see if we can get four in a row. by the way, i want to thank all the watch dogs what have contributeed to many of the pieces that are going to be seen in tonight's program, especially the insider watch dog. thank you for your help. i have shown you all the ways free speech is under tack but as i say, nature abhors a vacuum. something else has to be put back in the system. these free rad calls don't want to shut you up, they also want to make sure you are getting the right message. the wrong message is any of the ideas the founders use to base this nation, liberty, the free market. what is the right message? anything that helps the collective. the government knows better than you. share the wealth, socialism,
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economic justice. you can't do it on your own, those radicals. they are building every step of the way but you can deny it. you can call me. the white house has the phone number but they can't deny because it is on tape, like the nea story. they tried to smear me on that. i have an update on the story i will give in a second but remember, a few minutes ago, i told you how they would stop free speech under the guys of the emergency. in the next few minutes before i show you what is behind that blue curtain over there, it is the fact that nature hates a vacuum. you can't take free speech out. you have to put free speech in. what are they doing? how are they doing it? let's start with the media. when they aren't getting a chill up their league, many and not just the news media, are eager to help president obama. >> on behalf of the entertainment industry foundation, tell us about a new
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volunteerism initiative calling i participate. >> this is the week to join with millions of americans in a cause that is bigger than all of us. >> doing good for others, doing positive actions always comes back around and enriches your life. >> would it be okay if i got you have earl -- early in i am volunteering at an animal shelter. >> ~i didn't know you did volunteer work. >> no conflict there, general electric and green week. we have shown you night after night how kids are being taught to sing how obama is wonderful and everyone is equal in his sight. they are taught that capitalism is flawed by stuff. our kids are still being taught that woodrow wilson and fdr were these loveable presidents who were so great. they loved family and everything
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else. really? woodrow wilson was the biggest bigot to ever serve. and to make a boy like his father as much as possible, since he said that a hundred years ago, we have almost made it. wilson locked up people who speaking out against the military. he was the guy who segregated our military. many of the programs he started were unconstitutional and yet we're being taught they are so revered. radicals teaching and writing the history books and they are the ones president obama and they are trying to transform america. i just uncovered the truth, the nea story, biggovernment.com,
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they brought it first -- or bighollywood.com. if you remember the propaganda story, oh, that was crazy. here is the initial call. >> we are just now learning how to really bring this community together to speak with the government. what that looks like legally. >> to get involved in those things, to support some of the president's initiatives but also to do things that we are passionate about and to push the president and push his administration. >> wow, the nea, national endowment for the arts but it is worst than we thought. the new chairman just made a speech a week ago comparing the wright of barack obama of julius caesar. we mentioned it a few minutes ago. he gave an interesting description of his job interview with valerie jarett saying he would use art to change the world. i don't know about you, but i
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don't want art to change the world. i want people to change the world together and out in the open, not through some painting that makes me feel that is a good idea. fox viewers are called some zombies or idiots but who is the really idiot, someone who is getting their idea for healthcare through a painting or broadway show? art work, works of art, i guess putting people together, making art, you know, art-work. but what else is there on the name art works? there is a third option. it works to convince people and that is called prof tkpwapbd did a. -- prop grand did a. that is why yosi didn't know how legally to speak on that call. why would there be a legal concern? he was hired by valerie jarrett.
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her underling is but -- buffy wicks. let's connect the dots here. we have buffy and yos and we have valerie, right? and then we have barack obama. uh-oh, connect four. gee, sis, that was tricky. there are an all lot of radicals and they don't necessarily connect the way you thought they would but they are starting to connect and they are also lying to us. here is what he said about pro*p prop prom tkpwapbd did a last week. >> am i starting to sound like an advocate? well, that seems to be a touchy subject.
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some quote-unquote journalists have recently accused this agency of losing its independence and becoming a prof tkpwapbd did a machine. while it to stay in no uncertain terms that the nea is not a political agency and that when art becomes prof tkpwapbd did a, i lose all interest in it. i also want everyone to know that the days of defensive nea are over. [ cheers/applause ] >> he goes on to say this. >> we are grantmakers, not a regulatory or enforcement agency and we will advocate for the president's agenda as well. if it's a particular program, e.g., healthcare reform, no, of course not. >> of course not, he would never do that. play the tape at the white house with buffy wicks. >> whether it is healthcare,
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education, environment, there's four key areas the corporation has identified as the areas of service. >> so they are silenceing anyone who gives you an opposing view and they fill that void with propaganda while denying that any of this is true. america, you have a choice. i want to show you what is behind the blue curt tape. i -- curtain. i want to show you the faces of revolution and i will prept you with that choice next.
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this is america's news headquarters, i'm lauren savan. a convicted sex offender in cleveland is behind bars at this hour after police found at least six bodies in his home. he was captured earlier in the day, wanted on felony and rape assault charges. the bodies were found after police went to his home with a search warrant. >> the pennsylvania governor and union rorpgs substantial progress and a labor -- reports substantial progress on the labor organization. president obama and the first lady got into the spirit of halloween opening the white house gates to over 2000 goblins and other costumes. now we head back to glen beck. you are watching the most
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powerful name in news, the fox newschannel. i have to tell you, i have to thank my producers for this program. i just saw the countdown clock to this curtain and i thought i have never been more accurate in my life. this show is -- is much bigger than -- i just happen to be the one in front of the camera. there are a lot of people that are amazing behind the scenes. thank you! i have shown you the last few weeks how radicals, many of whom in the government are extremely close to the president, attacking free speech and looking to take it out of many areas and put in new speech, controlled speech. the question that remains is why? why would they do that? underneath this curtain used to be a chart -- whether we first
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did it, we were going to reveal it and it didn't feel right. then we were going to have a guest on and he went into the hospital. i decided to change it and i think i found an easier way to show it because it is very complex. there are a lot of people involved. it answers the question why they are doing this. they are trying to fundamental ly transform america. they don't like the current one. look, we have problems but 70% of americans believe in the free market system. is it perfect? no, there is corruption. there is greed there, got it! but the government, big government, is not the answer. the government has been there the whole time. in many ways, they encouraged it or invented it. you believe in the power of the individual. you believe in the free market, not government. is government better at setting prices and people's salaries? no. if you believe that no one is too big to fail, well, let me show you what company you are in
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with. >> fcc chairman is coming up with set of principals in which all can take a part in. that is the role of the government to, set up common sense ground rules to insure there is a level playing field for all comers who seek to contribute their innovation. >> we know the free market is none s*epbs. we know that the real power comes from the barrels of guns. >> very rarely did we communicate through the press anything we didn't control. >> mao tse tung and mother teresa, not two people who communicated with each other but
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the two people i respect the most. >> there are tkpw-s to -- goino have to be another system of distribution. >> unlease we are conscious of the need to have other people in those positions, we will not change the problem. >> right now, we are saying we want to move from a suicidal gray capitalism to some kind of ecocapitalism. >> sorry, getting a little uppy. how is capitalism working for you? >> i think when you spread the wealth around, it is good for everyone. >> we need to level of playing field. >> well, america, the free market is in more peril than perhaps it has ever been under. it is under siege by those who i believe are revolutionaries.
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i am going to show you what revolutionaries look like. i want you to see the face of a group of radicals who seek change and not just changing to a new candidate or new party but to fundamental ly change the country they were born in, change the entire system. in normal times, people would be labeled as dangerous, traitors. people who have dedicated their entire lives to an agenda, willing to die for this change. people who would overthrow those who they once swore allegiance to. let me show you a group of radicals. these are revolutionarie is. they were revolutionarie is. right to bear arms, liberty, freedom of the press. self determination, thrift. these guys were called traitors, dangerous, all, this thought was
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unspeakable. this was all new thought. they were revolutionaries for freedom. they fought tyranny and gigantic government and oppression because they thought there was a better way. they were willing to sacrifice their lives, their fortunes, their sacred honor. they overcame and defeated the most powerful government on earth but how did they do it? did they do it in classrooms in, the shadows, with special interest groups and unions? no, they took a stand. because they believed in something. they believed in freedom. they believed in you and they believed in me. they believed in the freedom to assemble, to say whatever you want. freedom to practice any religion you wish without fear of the government. and they did it all without using indoctrine --
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indoctrination. they were called radicals. they did something that thomas payne said was common sense. they were proud of their movement. they did the first tea party moment. of course they did it knowing there would probably be another need for another one but they hoped there wouldn't be. they knew their new freedom would come under attack. it was a grand experiment. they didn't think it would last 25 years. well, they were wrong on that. now we come to a crossroads. it is under attack by revolutionaries of a different kind. still revolutionaries, still radicals and only one is going to be right in the end. this group of radicals or this group of radicals? these guys far outnumber the last guys.
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make no mistake, these revolutionaries are trying to overthrow the system that americans hold dear. they will say i am lying, whatever. listen to the tape. do your homework. they have said it on tape. we have played it. these are just the most recent people we have on tape expressing their disdain for the free market, expressing their love for mao and chavez and the redistribution of wealth. it is unamerican! so you need to choose sides because it can't -- this doesn't work, guys. this doesn't work. america is trying to live right here. you can't. it is either this side or this side. and you cannot remain neutral because if you remain neutral, it is going to be locked in place by which ever side has more desire. you either believe in the pre-marked and principles set up
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by the founding fathers or you don't. you either think this country is great because of the freedoms the founders based america on, based it on individuals, or you think america needs to be transformed and its better days are in the past. we have lost our way but it is not because of the free market. it is because of special interests and politicians in washington being so unbelievably corrupt and completely out of touch with you. sean penn might want to get his health insurance castro-style but the rest of us don't. i don't know why anyone would side with those who love mao. don't even want to know or look that he was a killer. i don't know why anyone would side with socialist-marxist radicals and not know that
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communism has never worked. many of the radicals are in or near the white house right now and these guys are all dead. and far too many of us even look at their words anymore. we don't even know why they believed in these things. i am going to give you a choice. when we come back, i am going to compare what the founders said, those old revolutionaries compared to what the new revolutionaries want and in the end, you will see why that phone remains silent. back in a minute. quality and reliability...
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like it or not, america, there is a revolution going on right now. it is just going on in the cover of darkness and it ain't the tea party people. the real revolution that is going on right now is this. this is your choice: limited government versus total government. the new radicals in the obama administration believe in total government. the first one here is a right to property. that versus social justice. see, it is just a word game, really. it is right to property. our founders believed in a right to property. you work hard for your money. who are they to take it away? james madison said it is not -- that it is not just government, nor is property secure under it,
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where the property which a man has in his personal liberty is violated by arbitrary seizures of one class of citizen for the service of the less -- can somebody get my glasses please? the obama administration believes in social justice. that is the difference. james madison or van jones? which one, america. here is former star van jones. >> give them the wealth, give them the dignity. give them the respect that they deserve. no justice on stolen land. we owe them a debt. >> this is the native americans. we owe them a debt. this is stolen land. that is revolutionary thought. next, gun rights versus gun control. thomas jefferson on gun rights: no free man shall ever be
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debared the use of arms. the strongest reason for people to retain their right to keep and bear arms is as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government. gee, i thought it was all about the hunters. compare that with what was said about guns in the white house. almost all gun control legislation is cons taoult-- constitutionally fine. america, that is pretty clear. you going with thomas jefferson or cass sunstein? the senate went with sunstein. how about you? next we have free press. responsible journalism is the flip side of that. thomas jefferson said: the only
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security of all is in a free press. the force of public opinion cannot be resisted when -- permitted to be false. no, government has to be involved. now we have new communication policy. the cofounder of free press "any serious effort to reform the media system would have to necessarily be part of a revolutionary program to overthrow the capitalist system itself". free press? or save responsible journalism. it doesn't stop there. back in a minute. ññ
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america, you really have a choice. you can either go with these revolutionaries or you can go with the growing number of revolutionaries we have found on this program recently. all on tape. all saying remarkable things. let me just go through a few of them. we have next, the freedom of speech. we had freedom of the press, but now freedom of speech, that is different, that versus communication policy. start with george washington. george washington said the freedom of speech may be taken away and dumb and silent, we may be led like sheep to the slaughter. compare that to the new revolutionary mark lloyd. it should be clear my focus here is not freedom of speech or the press. this freedom is all too often an exaggeration. at the very least, blind references to freedom of speech or the preserve as a distraction to the critical examination of
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other communication policies. really? i think i am going to go with that guy instead? finally, there is debt. stimulus, we have to invest, invest. george washington said there is no practice more dangerous than that of borrowing money for when money can be had in this way, repayment is seldom thought of and in time, the interest becomes a loss. exertions to raise it by dent of industry cease and it comes easy and is spent freely and many things are indulged in that would never be thought of if they were to be purchased by the swaeft of the brow. imagine, would we even be talking about health insurance right now if we had to pay for it right now as opposed to our children or china or printing or boring more money?
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compare that to the words of joe biden. >> people say what are you talking about joe. you are telling me we have to spend money to keep from being bankrupt? yes, that's what i am taleing you. >> this is your choice. this or james madison and thomas jefferson and samuel adams and john adams. which one? which words make more sense? the solution is here and i will uncover the final chalkboard next. xxxxxxxx÷
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♪ it takes a lot ♪ to know what is love. all right, don't hold back now, give me all you've got. maybe, baseball is your game. okay pal, burn it in! right here! ♪ you were always there for me. ♪ [ bottle breaks ] how about golf? ♪ pushing me and guiding me always to succeed. ♪ okay, uhhh, choke down a little bit...straight, swing... ♪ i wanna thank you for that time. ♪ ♪ and i'm proud to say you're mine. ♪ ♪ you showed me everything that i should know...♪ ♪ you showed me... ♪ just how to walk without your hands... ♪ ♪ 'cause mom you always were... ♪ the perfect fan. ♪
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>> glenn: america, i have to tell you, you notice howd it is crowded it is on that side. caus because this is your choice.ho- these revolutionaries or these revolutionaries and boy, timebe tested revolutionaries withio time tested ideas. t but this side of the board at least in washington is prettyrt empty. who is going to stand here? the quere is the real question, if i may. i the real question comes from this, all tyranny needs to gais a foodhold is for people of good conscience to remain silent. it is why i have been telling you, you have to question with boldness. when you find the truth, hold on to it, speak without fear. here is the qust